Entries in 'Hardware' (58)
The overnight top 5 is everything you missed as you slept. These are our top 5 picks from MCV UK overnight.
Satoru Iwata has reaffirmed Nintendo's commitment to dedicated video games hardware.
Microsoft has trimmed £30 off the price of the Xbox One in the UK, and will throw in a copy of Titanfall, too.
Sony says the PS4 has now sold 5.3 million units worldwide.
A new version of the Android-powered console has gone on sale in North America.
Alienware produced Steam Machines will launch every year, the company says.
Twelve hardware manufacturers are now supporting Valve's upcoming Steam Machine console, according to a report.
This Christmas, Nintendo will be dropping on shelves a Wii U hardware bundle containing a single disc edition of its flagship games.
The Nintendo 2DS handheld, the fixed-position younger sibling of the 3DS, is hitting retailers tomorrow.
The Razer Blade 14" laptop is exclusive to JB Hifi and Razer's own online store.
The AUD$2699 new model Blade gaming laptop from Razer has done its dash in North America, China and Singapore and is now heading to Australia.
With the show now just over a week away, Nintendo has announced its lineup of playable games.
The premium bundle Wii U consoles are currently going for as little as AUD$214.
Melbourne-based developer Wander MMO's experiential and non-combat MMO game Wander has been confirmed as a Playstation 4 title.
In a bid to try and win over the fitness enthusiast crowd from the Wii to the Wii U, Nintendo is offering up Wii U Fit for free.
While Sony has mentioned that the focus of its Tokyo Game Show press conference will be Eastern gamers, you can watch it regardless.
Forza 5 will now include the Mount Panorama track in the game, as well as entering the Xbox One Racing Team in the event itself.
The European deal to give away a digital copy of FIFA 14 with each Xbox One is making it to our shores.
22nd of November for the third big black box.
For those who missed, a few sources have suggested a VR Headset for PS4 will be revealed at the Tokyo Game Show.
So it appears that some franchises are going out at universal prices for both generations, while others are keeping PS3 and 360 cheaper.
This time in 2011 and in 2012, MCV took a close look at trends in Triple A titles release prices.
In the face of stiff competition this Christmas, Nintendo has reduced the price of the Wii U in the US and Canada.